The Fifth Rule Week #3: Passage Master

Passage Explanation/Significance
He sees the side door of the Connaught Avenue colonial open and Leeza appear wearing a tank top jeans and running shoes. He jerks back into the seat watching her hurry toward the detached garage. It shows that Reef still has extremely strong feelings for Leeza from the earlier chapters because of the way he flinches when he sees her. He is ready to see Leeza doesn’t think Leeza is ready to see.
The taxi driver take the next left and loops around the northbound lane. By the time they completed the turn, there’s no sign of Leeza, but the driver is undaunted. “we’ll catch her,” he says. The taxi driver he mentioned that he felt the girls from shy town so he understands what level did you and is willing to help me or maybe he wants more money.
Reef stands near the escalator now, watching the scene unfold across the food court from him, wishing you ask Brett one final question: is it Lisa seeing anyone? Because if she is. A man who, from here, looks to be in his late 20s. She had seem to stiffen as he approached her, hug her, but watching them sit the other now at the table across from you at fries, reef can clearly see they have feelings for each other. The man had held both her hands in his, his eyes never believing her face, and if she no offers and my smile that reef remembers only too well. That small had shown light into places that had been dark for too long, had move something inside him he thought was incapable of ever being moved again. The taxi driver he mentioned that he felt the girls from shy town so he understands what level did you and is willing to help me or maybe he wants more money.

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